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With the increase in importance of the creative economy, the objective is to give to all the creators the real means to build the future
SmartSystems, a revolutionary project to create value and give rise to the products and uses of the future.
SmartSystems is primarily a creative economy's ecosystem which consists of businesses of all sizes, industrials, technological and territorial partners from the world of research, but also artists, designers, architects, thinkers ....
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is out to prove that green buildings don't have to be all that high tech.
Do not miss the opportunity to participate to the GNSS Living Lab prize within the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2010. Submit your ideas from 1st May till 31st July 2010 at www.galileo-masters.eu for Galileo Satellite empowered innovative services for health, energy and media.
The GNSS Living Lab Prize will award three winners, who will get the opportunity to conduct a “reality check trial” in a suitable Living Lab with the involvement of relevant user communities and potential future customers.
On March 23-24th, the European Commission organized a conference on "Promoting Innovation through Public Procurement: Best Practice & Networking". Alvaro Oliveira, Chairman of the European Network of Living Labs, argued that the Living Labs methodologies could provide a solid base for new ways of innovative procurement in Europe.
The International Network for SMEs (INSME) will be holding their 6th Annual Meeting on May 10th - 13th 2010, in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Among other noted speakers, Mr. Alvaro Oliveira, Chairman of the European Network of Living Labs, will address the audience and illustrate the importance of Living Labs for SME growth and business opportunities.
In an interview with Citilab (a center for social and digital innovation in Cornella
The fourth wave of ENoLL, Future Internet and social networks in a true emergency test
Who would have thought that social networks, Future Internet and enlargement of the living lab community were to be put in action before the Valencia week was over! It was also clearly understood and demonstrated that people are on the move to a large extent nowadays and that networks and networks of people make the difference.
Guest blog post by Wim De Waele, CEO of IBBT, of which the IBBT-iLab.o Living Lab is a part. On his latest visit to Portugal he was impressed by the way open innovation is tackled by the Portuguese authorities, and reinforced by the open and dynamic way the market was responding to this policy, resulting in remarkable sucess stories.
The GNSS Living Lab Prize (supported by the GNSS Supervisory Authority through the GAINS project) has been launched during the Galileo Application Days 2010 event, held in Brussels on 3-5 March 2010.
The GNSS Living Lab Prize calls for developers and users, engineers of research institutes, and development departments but also from new ventures, to submit proposals for GNSS-related products and services ready to be tested and ideally implemented in suitable Living Labs.Submissions of the ideas to the prize shall focus on the following themes: health, energy and media.